Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - Bluboy

Pages: 1 ... 3 4 [5] 6 7 8
61
General Discussion / Re: Away Travel
« on: January 26, 2020, 09:24:10 AM »
Was between 50-60 of us there today if not more  :clap: :clap: :scarf: :scarf: and louder than the Green Army
That’s good following  :bus:
What was the game like ? Unable to listen , on for short time what was Southwell like and was Power terrifying defence again ?

62
General Discussion / Re: Away Travel
« on: January 25, 2020, 05:45:09 PM »
Just wondered if any travel plans for games could be put on here ,like bus , mini bus ,or even spaces in cars , apologies if this is being done elsewhere I may of overlooked it
 :bus:

63
General Discussion / Re: York on Saturday.
« on: January 22, 2020, 06:20:21 PM »
Would hope the club will really feel the benefit next season when hopefully Mark will be able to sell everything on the back of a promotion and with the added advantage of us being a National League and TV coverage every game (shirts)  and in particular home games ( everything).
Love your optimism for next season .... I try and keep feet on the ground but find myself looking at the league and picking the away fixtures and who’ll be visiting fortress Walks ... give me goose bumps thinking about it  :scarf: :bus:

64
General Discussion / Re: Southwell signs!
« on: January 21, 2020, 08:20:04 PM »
Perhaps now we are raising our profile and showing a bit more intent fan numbers will start to rise,make some noise behind the boys. :scarf: :scarf: :scarf: :scarf: :scarf:
You’d like to think so griss and as mallard has said certainly looks like the eyes on national league
After Saturday surely the buzz around the town and the football we play would like to see att: nearer 1500 to 2000 each league game .... come on everyone hop on board this could be some journey/ season to be apart of .... :scarf: :bus:

65
General Discussion / Re: York on Saturday.
« on: January 21, 2020, 12:16:44 PM »
Just read Stephen Cleeve’s column from Saturday.   As entertaining as always.  The only reason I buy one.    He really is the Piers Morgan of the programme Notes World.

Keep it up Mr Chairman
gutted had sold out by the time I got there  ..... like you best part of the programme
If anyone has one for sale or want to get rid drop me pm
Thanks for posting info  :clap:


kltfc media
@kltfcmedia
·
Jan 19
We will shortly have a small amount of York City programmes available for purchase for those unable to buy on Saturday. If you would like one please drop me an e - mail to mark@kltown.co.uk  Thank you.

66
General Discussion / Re: York on Saturday.
« on: January 21, 2020, 08:38:07 AM »
Just read Stephen Cleeve’s column from Saturday.   As entertaining as always.  The only reason I buy one.    He really is the Piers Morgan of the programme Notes World.

Keep it up Mr Chairman
gutted had sold out by the time I got there  ..... like you best part of the programme
If anyone has one for sale or want to get rid drop me pm

67
General Discussion / Re: A few thoughts from the York game.
« on: January 20, 2020, 03:44:19 PM »
3.  During York’s warm up balls were being loaded into Tennyson Road and cars being struck.  Would it make sense for some kind of high fence netting to be installed to prevent this ?

Think for this it depends on planning permission, because it’s an increased height and it depends on birds etc.
That should’ve been a sign we was going to win if their balls kept  ending up over there  :scarf:
Save money for netting just put a sign up saying park at your own risk York warming up  :laughcry:

68
General Discussion / Re: York on Saturday.
« on: January 19, 2020, 11:17:14 PM »
I did the collection in the stand, along with another, and apologies for not getting around everyone as intended.

However after being told by 1 fan “the club should be paying why are we helping” and by another “why are you helping Cleeve” I finished doing the area I was in and took the money raised downstairs. I spoke to a couple of other volunteers/staff who had no issue with me not finishing the whole stand.

Once again, apologies for not getting to everyone but hopefully the collection will take place at next home game. If not Mark Hearle is at the club during the week if anyone wants to make a donation.
You lads doing great job. , shame you had to come across some negative remarks some people doesn’t get what supporting a club means  , it’s the heart and soul of communities and love to get involved .
Be interesting to see next attendance see how many will keep coming or waiting for next big game to show their faces  :dontknow:

I think a good win against Blythe on Saturday will see at least 2000 at the Kidderminster game. :scarf: :scarf: :scarf:
I like to think so griss , surely those who came yesterday could see the skill ,passion , and team spirit on show  be nice to average 2000 + for remaining games  :scarf:

69
General Discussion / Re: York on Saturday.
« on: January 19, 2020, 10:11:27 PM »
I did the collection in the stand, along with another, and apologies for not getting around everyone as intended.

However after being told by 1 fan “the club should be paying why are we helping” and by another “why are you helping Cleeve” I finished doing the area I was in and took the money raised downstairs. I spoke to a couple of other volunteers/staff who had no issue with me not finishing the whole stand.

Once again, apologies for not getting to everyone but hopefully the collection will take place at next home game. If not Mark Hearle is at the club during the week if anyone wants to make a donation.
You lads doing great job. , shame you had to come across some negative remarks some people doesn’t get what supporting a club means  , it’s the heart and soul of communities and love to get involved .
Be interesting to see next attendance see how many will keep coming or waiting for next big game to show their faces  :dontknow:

70
General Discussion / Re: York on Saturday.
« on: January 19, 2020, 09:41:15 PM »
Collection was done at the interval, as I recall.  Seems as though it was a bit hit and miss, hence why it came out £700 quid from a crowd of that size.
I’ve an idea mallard next home game why don’t you dress as a linnet and have a collection box for donations before , during and after the game  :dontknow:

71
General Discussion / Re: York on Saturday.
« on: January 19, 2020, 05:41:51 PM »
In my eyes Steve  you wasn’t far behind power for  man of the March ( though in a race you’d be a bit further behind  :dirtbike: .     Well done and hopefully raising enough for those covers to help you  :scarf:

72
Can’t praise the lads today enough I’m still buzzing still 4 hours later ... but also what wonders Steve has worked this week when most of it  was against him with all the rain ... so hopefully the collection will be enough for covers to help him ...... well done Steve
What a day well done all  on to the next part of our journey  :bus: :scarf:

73
General Discussion / Re: Culverhouse signs new 2 year deal.
« on: January 16, 2020, 05:57:57 PM »
C’MON YES YES YES       , what great news , well  done SC just shows how this club is taking great strides for the future under him ..... # stronger together  :scarf: :bus: :cup2:

74
General Discussion / Re: King's Lynn v York City - Sat 18 Jan 2020
« on: January 12, 2020, 04:55:50 PM »
Thought smith had good game yesterday after so long out injured, yes slip for the goal but I’ve seen it from behind the goal on YouTube and it was more of a coming together than taking his legs out  , nice to start seeing some cover back if needed ... fryatt must be getting there as well .

75
General Discussion / Re: King's Lynn v York City - Sat 18 Jan 2020
« on: January 12, 2020, 04:03:38 PM »
Harry Limb I think notched a few on loan at Boston Town ( step 5).  Is he good enough to score goals at step 2?   Think in fairness we have to say the jury is out.  The one thing about the lad though is he is ours, so when he plays  he needs 100% backing.   

As for pretty young girls Griss, really ? In this day and age.  Why not pretty young boys if we are going down that route. Or why not someone whose gender matters not but has the personality and sales ability to help Mark ( the 50/50 seller) out.
Think griss was just having a laugh ( but it worked to be fair as you knew where to look ) how about some Thai lady boys for ya then we’re both happy ..  tbh yeh perhaps they could be sold with programmes or made more visible but I’ve never had a problem buying them

Pages: 1 ... 3 4 [5] 6 7 8